Act Three, Chapter One: 031

2nd Dec 12:00 AM, 2016 in Act Three: Chapter One
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Act Three, Chapter One: 031
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MsMegan 2nd Dec 12:00 AM, 2016 edit delete
MsMegan
No, see, we wagered on this chess tournament and I won, like, twelve consecutive games...
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Mums 2nd Dec 1:48 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
I almost wonder if it would read easier if you said, "I'm uncomfortable with my daughters receiving things I can no longer provide, from one I cannot trust." But I don't know if you can go back and edit these pages.

They look glorious, by the way, fantastic job!
Stitchlingbelle 2nd Dec 11:48 AM, 2016 edit delete reply
Meaning Beast, or meaning me, Father?

Oh, the awkward in this page.
kenlon 2nd Dec 8:54 PM, 2016 edit delete reply
Hoo boy - family miscommunication in full swing.

What Virtue and Temperance think it's compensation for is pretty obvious from their expression.

SugarSprite 4th Dec 5:25 PM, 2016 edit delete reply
I just found your comic and positively DEVOURED it over the last 5ish ours or so...what a lovely break from schoolwork!

I must say, I'm thoroughly impressed with where you've taken the storyline and how you fleshed out the characters. You have a new fan here, looking forward to the next update!
Silvre 5th Dec 3:05 PM, 2016 edit delete reply
I just wanted to say how much I love your line work. So clean and beautiful. :) been reading this comic for awhile, Beauty and the Beast is my favorite fairytale. Keep up the gorgeous work!
Guest 16th Dec 1:19 PM, 2016 edit delete reply
So, if you can't buy your daughters nice dresses and other stuff, they won't have any at all.

Nice way of thinking, Mr. Gothel.
AbigailBrooks 22nd Jan 4:27 PM, 2017 edit delete reply
AbigailBrooks
Oh Papa, I get your concern, but I would trust Beauty where these gifts are concerned. Honestly, the suggestion to use these gifts to better their family's circumstances is a good one, and I hope that his pride doesn't get in the way of him seeing that. I feel like Virtue, at least, sees the value in selling the dresses--after all, she has a child to provide for, and what parent wouldn't want to make sure that their child had the best they could give them? I feel like this situation won't be resolved so easily, though.
Michael 29th Sep 9:16 AM, 2017 edit delete reply
oh the inner cinema and jumping to conclusions.
we call it head cinema in germany.